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30 Jun 2021, 7:14 pm by Eric Goldman
In other words, people who try to cloak censorial regulations as pro-free speech are actually trampling on the Constitution. [read post]
19 Sep 2021, 9:37 am by Eric Goldman
But what makes social media platforms different is their ability to shape public discourse not by promoting their own messages but by silencing voices they deem to be harmful…. the bottleneck position that comes with control of these platforms brings with it a remarkable power to censor” By virtue of making publication decisions, every publisher necessarily “silences” the voices of people it chooses not to publish. [read post]
22 Dec 2016, 7:47 am by Paul Adam
In Moody v Ashton (Saskatchewan Queen's Bench, 2004), the Court considered whether premium payments into a life insurance policy should be exempt from seizure by a creditor, even if the policyholder was making the payments, knowing that he or she had other debts to pay and was soon to be insolvent. [read post]
7 Sep 2011, 12:12 pm
  On the theory that a decent number of people out at 3:30 a.m. in such an area are up to no good. [read post]
5 Jun 2016, 6:47 pm by Omar Ha-Redeye
This was illustrated recently in a recent criminal case in Toronto, R. v Moodie, where Justice Nordheimer reviewed a Rowbothom application. [read post]